johnson version 2.0.0.pre2 has been released!=20

* <http://github.com/jbarnette/johnson>=20
* <http://groups.google.com/group/johnson-talk>=20

Johnson wraps JavaScript in a loving Ruby embrace. It embeds the Mozilla =
SpiderMonkey JavaScript runtime as a C extension.

The 2.0.0 prerelese series include TraceMonkey, the evolution of =
SpiderMonkey, which includes among other things a trace-based JIT =
compiler for JavaScript. In current prereleases the JIT is enabled for =
320bit builds and disabled for 64-bit builds (as they are in the Mozilla =
builds).

This prerelease includes TraceMonkey from the Firefox 3.6 build branch =
and fixes all known issues with split global support, adds support for =
multiple normal global objects, and fixes a few bugs.

Since it's a pre-release, you need to give gem the --prerelease flag to =
install it, i.e.,

gem install johnson --prerelease

The prerelease code is in the unstable branch of the git repo.

Changes:=20

2.0.0.pre2 / 2010-02-23

	=95 Raise NoMemoryError as appropriate; acccept a size parameter =
or env variable for runtime size
	=95 pull latest 1.9.2 SM
	=95 Allow ruby code to create new gobal objects and add =
preliminary seal support
	=95 Clear parent and prototype on new globals
	=95 Cooperate with StackDeck=92s new backtrace-manipulating =
ways.
	=95 remove thread ref to context (allows collection)
	=95 Remove the old spidermonkey extension.
	=95 Fix include guard for base TM header [Quin Hoxie]=